World-Class Music Lineup On The Runnin’ Down A Dream Music Stage To Rival the World-Class Machines
With a backdrop of the world’s coolest cars, trucks, motorcycles aircraft and assorted contraptions beyond imagination, some of the biggest names on the Bay Area music scene are heading down to Half Moon Bay Airport to headline the Runnin’ Down A Dream Music Stage at the Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, Sunday, April 28.
"This year we have an impressive lineup of All-Star talent from beginning to end,” said entertainment director Grant Walters, a longtime supporter of the event beneficiary, the Coastside Adult Day Health Center. High-octane veteran performers will pump out the beats like eight cylinders of piston-like persistence. M'ssipi Slide presents classic rock, blues, and Reggae. Then, the Greaseland All-Stars provide a gritty, stripped down soul backing for their outstanding vocalists. For the final checkered flag, the Soul Soldiers are all well known, world-class professionals having a great time playing your favorite Classic Soul and R&B.
Kicking off things for Power Hour at 10 a.m. is M'sippi Slide
, opening the show with their own passionate style of Classic Blues and Old School R&B. Each performer brings a unique musical aesthetic to the band. Arrangements include a magical mashup of genres that keep the groove moving. Take a heartfelt ride from Amy Winehouse to Bonney Raitt to Bob Marley…and be sure to buckle up.
Andrew Duncanson with Kid Andersen and his Greaseland All-Stars
Taking the stage at 11:30 a.m. is Andrew Duncanson
with Bay Area Blues legend Kid Andersen and his Greaseland All-Stars
. On tour from Chicago, Blues & Soul singing sensation Andrew Duncanson exudes the classic soul sounds of the legendary Stax Label and deep Chicago Blues. He is known as a world-class singer, guitarist & songwriter with a soul-soaked voice that moves between Junior Wells and Van Morrison. Kid Andersen, a 3-time BMA nominee for Blues Guitarist of the year, runs San Jose’s renown Greaseland Studios (a hub for Bay Area Blues). He performs with Rick Estrin and the Nights, Charlie Musselwhite and many other international Blues Legends. Michael Peloquin (harp/sax) and Kid Andersen just produced Andrews’ much anticipated solo album. Look for their 2023 release this Summer.
Tony Lindsay and Soul Soldiers
Hitting the stage at 2 p.m. is Master Vocalist Tony Lindsay
, winner of 11 Grammy awards and travelled on several world tours while recording on several of Santana's CDs. He leads his all-star Soul Soldiers
band to the main stage with an all-star lineup of talent – vocalist Fred Ross (Aretha Franklin, Tower of Power), Vocalist/Keyboard player Janice Maxie Reed, Keyboardist and background Vocalist Allen Leong (Bobby Hutcherson, Brother Noland), David Jones on Bass ( Jimmy Witherspoon), David Shul (Michael Franti and Spearhead, Billy Preston), Deszon Claiborne on drums (Robben Ford, Ray Obiedo). Look for their recently released, SOUL SOLDIER
So, while enjoying all the magnificent machinery, be sure to head for the Music Stage for some monstrously good music at this year’s Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, Sunday, April 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Half Moon Bay Airport.